Employability Skills

Swartz Creek Academy Prepatory 2015 - 2016 Core Credit

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SCA Prep. CORE Credits in Employability Skills

1 Credit in Practicum - Skill Center / Employment / Internship

.25 = 21st Century online course - Skillbott

.25 = Course work / Interview / 21st Century SoftSkills - Interviews

.25 = Employability Skills MVU Blackboard Course

.25 = Course work / Interview / Employability skills

Idea

  • Every Student will earn 2 credit in employability Skills
  • .1 credit =Practicum / Skill Center/Job/Internship
  • .25 = 21st Century online course - Skillbott
  • .25 = Course work / Interview / 21st Century SoftSkills - Interviews
  • .25 = Employability Skills MVU Blackboard Course
  • .25 = Course work / Interview / Employability skills

Home Room

The Employability Skills course will


  • also be the Homeroom class
  • Academic Center
  • Mentor is Teacher
  • STW accountability
  • 7 Habits
  • WhyTry
  • Habitudes
  • TRP
  • CTI / Job / Internship

Michigan Virtual Course - Employability Skills

Course Title: Employability Skills


School Level: HS


Standards:


Course location: Blackboard


NCES Course Code: 22152 Subject Area Code: (22) Miscellaneous


Course Identifier: (152) Employability Skills


Course Type: (G) General or Regular


Prerequisites: None


  • Description:


In addition to job skills, all employers expect job applicants to have employability skills, the important “soft” skills that are critical to working with others and being a successful employee. In this course, attitude, appearance, tact, dependability and other skills are emphasized. The acquisition of these skills will help make you a valuable employee.



  • Course Outcomes/Objectives:


Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: -Understand the what employers are looking for -expectations within the workplace -Understand how to effectively -communicate with both co-workers and customers



  • Course Outline:


Week 1- Employer Priorities

Week 2- Workplace Expectations

Week 3- Co-Worker Relations & Customer Relations

Week 4- Workplace Communication Skills

Week 5- Careers and Employment

Week 6- Lifelong Learning and Career Growth


https://cems.mivu.org/SyllabusView.aspx?cems=Obqet1hIbfc+gRPMvRc00VyQGIaY7yuKDl+8/pS/+0g=

Interviews

  • Teen Quest
  • Business

Skill Center Career Technical Institute

Job

Internship

  • Volunteer
  • Placement
  • Volunteer hours

Habitudes

Habitudes helps students:

  • Break out of the herd mentality to influence others in positive ways.
  • Create environments that are conducive to higher grades.
  • Raise empathy and minimize bullying.
  • Capitalize on personal strengths to be career-ready upon graduation.
  • Develop critical thinking skills that produce better life choices, such as choosing healthy friends, improving study habits, and setting meaningful goals.